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Possible burglary at Lindsay Lohan's Hollywood Hills home

Los Angeles police are investigating a possible burglary early today at actress Lindsay Lohan’s home in the Hollywood Hills, authorities said.

Police were called to Lohan’s home in the 2200 block of El Contento Drive around 7 a.m. about the possible burglary, said Officer Norma Eisenman of the Los Angeles Police Department. [UPDATE: The call to police was made around 6 a.m., according to an officer at the LAPD's Hollywood station.]

An officer at the LAPD’s Hollywood station said Lohan’s home was also the target of an attempted burglary in May.

-- Ari B. Bloomekatz

 
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What exactly is a "possible burglary?" That makes it sound like Lohan misplaced her keys and then started thinking maybe it was stolen by a burglar. I'm gonna start using the phrase "possible burglary" whenever I'm missing a shoe or something.

What's happening with these glamorous people they have all the money and No Possible Surveillance Cameras there at the location?


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